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Detailed Translations for robbed from English to Spanish

robbed:

robbed adj

  1. robbed

Translation Matrix for robbed:

ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
robado robbed clarified; distant; enlightened; illuminated; lit; made lighter; pinched; remote; removed

robbed form of rob:

Conjugations for rob:

present
  1. rob
  2. rob
  3. robs
  4. rob
  5. rob
  6. rob
simple past
  1. robbed
  2. robbed
  3. robbed
  4. robbed
  5. robbed
  6. robbed
present perfect
  1. have robbed
  2. have robbed
  3. has robbed
  4. have robbed
  5. have robbed
  6. have robbed
past continuous
  1. was robbing
  2. were robbing
  3. was robbing
  4. were robbing
  5. were robbing
  6. were robbing
future
  1. shall rob
  2. will rob
  3. will rob
  4. shall rob
  5. will rob
  6. will rob
continuous present
  1. am robbing
  2. are robbing
  3. is robbing
  4. are robbing
  5. are robbing
  6. are robbing
subjunctive
  1. be robbed
  2. be robbed
  3. be robbed
  4. be robbed
  5. be robbed
  6. be robbed
diverse
  1. rob!
  2. let's rob!
  3. robbed
  4. robbing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for rob:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer affecting; assault; attack; attacking; coming over; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring; stealing over
coger having a grip; hold; laying hands on; taking hold of; understanding
privar de deprivation
quitar amputating; amputation; deprivation; removing; taking
robar stems
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer hold up; rob; surprise; take off guard assault; attack; carve; coerce; compel; cut in; force; hew in; lay violent hands upon; oblige; raid; storm; suprise; violate
asaltar hold up; plunder; rob; snatch; surprise; take off guard assault; assault someone; attack; besiege; charge at; dart at; dash at; dash towards; dive into; force; jump into; lay violent hands upon; leap into; raid; rush up to; storm; suprise; use force; violate
atracar hold up; rob; surprise; take off guard assault; desecrate; force; suprise; use force; violate
coger cadge; collar; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; nick; pilfer; pinch; purloin; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away absorb; acquire; admit; cadge; capture; catch; chain; clamp; clasp; collect; contract; enchain; gather; get; get hold of; glean; grab; grasp; grip; harvest; lap up; lay hold of; lay one's hands on; mooch; obsess; obtain; obtain by begging; pick; polish off; put away; reap; receive; seize; seize upon; shackle; sip up; snatch; sneak up on; startle; surprise; take; take hold of; take in; take unaware; take up; tattle; trap; twig
coger de sorpresa hold up; rob; surprise; take off guard
cometer un robo con fractura break in; break into a house; commit burglary; rob
entrar por fuerza break in; break into a house; commit burglary; rob
escalar break in; break into a house; commit burglary; rob arise; ascend; climb; climb into; climb up; escalate; go up; mount; rise; scale; snowball; take off
hurtqr cadge; collar; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; nick; pilfer; pinch; purloin; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away
pillar plunder; rob; snatch catch; clasp; clutch; empty; grabble; grasp; grip; gut; loot; pillage; plunder; raid; ransack; seize; snatch; sneak up on; strip bare; take unaware; tattle; twig
privar plunder; rob; snatch deprive; deprive of; oust; remove
privar de plunder; rob; snatch deprive; steal
quitar plunder; rob; snatch chisel off; clean; clear; clear out; cut away; cut off; deprive; empty; evacuate; get down; give a good cleaning; lift out; loot; pillage; plunder; pull down; pull out; raid; release; remove; rid of; steal; take down from; take out; trim away; undo; unpick; wash; wipe off
robar cadge; collar; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; nick; pilfer; pinch; plunder; purloin; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away cadge; cajole; coax; cuddle; decline; deprive; loot; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pillage; pinch; plunder; raid; regress; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; waining; wheedle
sorprender hold up; rob; surprise; take off guard attract attention; be conspicuous; catch; eavesdropping; hearing; jut out; leap out; listening; prance; protrude; seize; show off; snatch; sneak up on; stand out; startle; stick out; strike; suprise; surprise; take unaware; tattle; twig
tomar desprevenido hold up; rob; surprise; take off guard
- fleece; gazump; hook; overcharge; pluck; plume; soak; surcharge
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
escalar scalar

Synonyms for "rob":


Antonyms for "rob":

  • undercharge

Related Definitions for "rob":

  1. rip off; ask an unreasonable price1
  2. take something away by force or without the consent of the owner1
    • The burglars robbed him of all his money1

Wiktionary Translations for rob:

rob
verb
  1. to steal from, using violence
  2. to deprive of
  3. to burgle
  4. to commit robbery

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
rob quitar ontnemen — zorgen dat iemand ergens niet meer over beschikt
rob hurtar bestelen — iemand iets wederrechtelijk ontnemen
rob desvalijar; privar; desnudar; quitar; asaltar; despojar; robar beroven — iemand met geweld zijn bezit ontnemen
rob robar; hurtar; sustraer dérober — Enlever, voler en cachette. (Sens général).
rob embelesar; encantar; fascinar; robar; pillar ravirenlever de force, emporter avec violence.
rob hurtar; robar; sustraer volers’approprier le bien d’autrui. prendre quelque chose à quelqu’un sans son accord, dérober.